Movable Bunny in a Basket Charm Sterling Silver Xinar.com
Nothing makes Easter jewelry more enchanting than a cute bunny charm – and we have one that moves! Xinar.com’s Movable Bunny in a Basket charm in 925 sterling silver is the most unique and inviting charm you’ll ever see – and it’s going to make your crafting project or jewelry design shine.
This is a three-dimensional casting measuring ½” x ¾” – the ideal dimension for Eater bracelet edits, necklaces, and more. Xinar.com’s silver charms are guaranteed to be free of lead and nickel, too, so you won’t have to worry about anyone developing allergies after wearing your jewelry. Our silver manufacturer is firmly committed to FTC rules and standards on nickel-free sterling silver, so shop with no anxiety from Xinar.
Xinar has been selling jewelry-making supplies on the internet for two decades, and within this time, we have developed a great sense of what DIY crafters and jewelry designers need. Shop everything you need to complete your designs in one place, including sterling silver charms, beads, and findings.
What Do Bunnies Have to Do with Easter?
Easter traditions and symbols have evolved, but some have remained unchanged for millennia. Many Easter customs are not documented in the Bible, even though Easter is the Christian celebration of Christ’s resurrection. The Easter bunny, the most well-known secular symbol of the Christian event, is claimed to have come to America with German immigrants who carried legends of an egg-laying hare. Decorating eggs extends back to at least the 13th century, and the Easter parade stretches back even further. Other modern traditions, such as Easter candy, are recent additions to the early springtime event.
Even though the Judaic scriptures make no mention of a long-eared, short-tailed mammal who presents colored eggs to well-behaved kids on Easter Sunday, the Easter bunny had become a significant symbol of Christianity’s most important celebration. Rabbits are an old symbol of fertility and new birth due to their prolific breeding, even though their origins are unknown.
The Easter rabbit is said to have come to America in the 1700s with European settlers who settled in Pennsylvania and took their egg-laying hare known as “Osterhase” or “Oschter Haws” with them. Their children constructed nests for this insect to lay its brightly colored eggs in. The Easter morning delivery of the fabled bunny developed to include chocolate and other types of candy and gifts and ornate baskets in place of nests, as the tradition spread across the United States. In addition, kids frequently left carrots out for the rabbit if he became hungry from all his bouncing.
• Purity – 925 Silver Charm
• Size – 1/2″ x 3/4″
• Weight – 3.5 grams
• Nickel & Lead-Free
• Jump Ring Included